Musicians Can Now Post Tweet-Like Updates Directly in Google's Search Results

Keep a closer eye on your favorite artists.

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Google has added yet another function to allow fans to keep up with all their favorite artists. Revamping the “Knowledge Panel,” musicians can now regularly post updates that will appear in their Google search results.

Along with the automatically generated content like YouTube videos and biographical information, musicians will now be able to post their own images, videos, GIFs, and text, which looks a lot like popular social media platform Twitter.

Google’s new feature went live today and so far the likes of Lorde, Sia and Steve Aoki are already using it. Musicians who meet the criteria can sign up now to be verified and can then begin posting.

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